WrestleMania 30 has special meaning to WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase
By Scott Fishman Miami Herald Writer
For WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase, WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans means essentially returning to where his career began.
Looking at the current crop of WWE talent, if he were to pick a million dollar champion it would be a certain Mexican aristocrat and South Florida resident.
“Alberto Del Rio is doing a pretty good job,” DiBiase said. “His character is in line with that character. He is the rich guy flaunting his wealth. JBL [John Bradshaw Layfield], in my opinion, was the cowboy version of my character. I think he did it extremely well. You are this extremely wealthy guy, and by virtue of your wealth, you are looking down your nose at everybody. Much like a bully, when you’re confronted, you start backing off. Everybody hates guys like that. No matter how many times you get beat, you don’t mind seeing them get beat again. That’s what a good heel is in our business. I think JBL did it just as good as anybody.”